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'm somebody who has now been i over 50 years. >> pelley: never seen anything like it? >> i haven't. no. [booing] the commissioner of baseball is talking about alex rodriguez, the yankee all-star who has been suspended for all of next season. at the center of baseball's unprecedented investigation is the key witness, tony bosch, who ran a secret doping clinic and speaks tonight for the first time. >> alex was scared of needles, so at times he wound ask me to inject. >> you've injected him? >> yes. >> pelley: personally? >> yes. >> pelley: but baseball's investigation into a-rod goes much further, and you'll hear details of that tonight. >> a 7.1 earthquake hit the san francisco oakland area on... >> october 17, 1989. >> stahl: when we first did this story, there were only six people known to have this remarkable memory ability in the world. there are now close to 60, including jake. >> i just have that type of memory that can remember everything. >> stahl: a ten-year-old. what happened in school on january 30, 2013? >> i'm pretty sure... oh, wait. that's a trick question. we didn't have
>> pelley: tonight, the new polar express. 75 million americans are in the path of a winter blast that stretches 1,000 miles. >> this is going to be very ruff. >> pelley: vanita nair is in the heart of it. chip reid on transportation trouble, and we'll look at what's coming next. the terrorist threat rises before the winter olympics. mark phillips on the search for black widow bombers. for the first time, the wife of an american held in iran tells bob orr what he was doing there. >> he was working as a consultant for the c.i.a. >> reporter: and ben tracy in california looks at what the historic dro iughts doing to our food supply. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. it is dangerous out there. in much of the east tonight, the police are asking folks to stay off the roads. this is new york city live and marshfield, massachusetts, near the coast tonight get their second major storm of the new year. thousands of flights have been canceled. in washington, d.c., many government offices were closed, though the supreme cou
>> pelley: tonight, the state of the union is cold. arctic air sends the mercury plummeting, and snow falling where it rarely does-- in the deep south. reports from manuel bojorquez and elaine quijano. major garrett on the president turning up the heat on republicans tonight, announcing he'll bypass congress to raise the minimum wage for some workers.we'l talk to house budget chairman paul ryan. >> sounds to me like he wants to go around the constitution. >> pelley: and anthony mason remembers folk singer pete seeger, his music and his message. >> pelley: good evening. this is our western edition. you can be sure the heat will be cranked up in the car tonight when president obama makes his way to the capitol for his fifth state of the union address. it's 19 degrees here, heading down to 14, and that's just tip of the iceberg across much of the country. the mid-atlantic states are getting another round of dangerously cold temperatures, and the south is seeing something it almost never sees-- snow. atlanta got about 2.5 inches, but that was enough to cause big problems in a ci
>> pelley: tonight, weather emergency. rescue operations still under way in the south's icy gridlock. >> you couldn't go anywhere. you couldn't stop. you couldn't get out. i traveled approximately four miles in nine and a half hours. >> reporter: for others, waiting was not an option. >> i asked the driver "are you okay?" he said "no, we're having a baby." >> pelley: mark strassmann is on the breaking story. we'll look at what the weather is doing next. a new study links testosterone supplements to heart attacks. dr. jon lapook has the details. and securing the super bowl. bob orr asks the men in charge how they'll protect america's biggest game. >> reporter: what's the latest intelligence tell you about potential threats? captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. the gridlock is breaking tonight after something that is not supposed to happen did. in an area called the sun belt in a city known as hotlanta, ice caused a meltdown. the winter storm that brought snow and ice to the south yesterday stranded thousands bu
>> pelley: if there is a face in the failures of treating mental illness, it may be senator creigh deeds. his scars are from a knife wielded by his own son. >> he had determined that i had to die, that i was an evil man, that he was going to execute me, and then he was going to go straight to heaven. >> pelley: like deeds, thousands of parents have nowhere to bring their children in crisis but the emergency room. >> we have 52 psychiatric beds here, and right now, all 52 are full. >> one, two, three. >> opportunity starts with me! >> safer: it is called "year up," and everybody here gets a six-month paid internship at a fortune 500 company. >> 18 minutes. go! >> safer: this intensive form of no-nonsense job training has generated impressive results. year up trains 2,000 young people a year in financial operations and technology. >> the first person going to goldman sachs: tanisha giddons. ( applause ) >> safer: we will see how they do it. >> you are fired... four years from now! get out in four years! >> kroft: jay leno is talking about the first time he was asked to leave "the ton
captioning funded by cbs and ford >> pelley: on this special edition of "60 minutes presents: tales of survival..." >> all of a sudden, it's just this eruption of gunfire. >> pelley: tonight, we have the story of the rescue of jessica buchanan, a secret mission by seal team six. i don't know this group of men who's risked their life for me reks me to lie down on the ground because they're concerned that there might be someone out there, and then they make a circle around me. and then they lie down on top of me to protect me. >> simon: this is a story so rare, "60 minutes" has been following it for 12 years. it's about the lost boys of sudan and how they found their way out of a country terrorized by civil war and landed by the thousands in america to make new homes. >> i would say this is one of the most successful resettlements in u.s. history. >> wow. >> simon: they came to a new world in every possible sense of the world, never imagining things we take for granted. >> wonderful machine. >> simon: tonight, a story about survival and hope. [ lillian ] i would get hit with that pain
@captioncolorado.com >> pelley: tonight, hard freeze. millions of americans fight the bitter cold from minnesota to florida to the northeast. michelle miller and dean reynolds are covering the big chill. it could happen again. the former deputy director of the c.i.a. tells us american secrets are still vulnerable to a thief like edward snowden. as peace talks begin, an amican doctor fights for the lives of the suffering in syria. holly williams reports. >> i've used needle and thread that we use to sew clothes to sew people back together. >> pelley: and who can save the big hockey event from california's heat wave? carter evans finds the puck stops here. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening, this is our western edition of the cold air in the east is filled tonight with the sounds of plows in search pavement and shovels in search of sidewalks. after the storm, new bedford, massachusetts, is digging out of more than a foot of snow. roads throughout the northeast and mid-atlantic states are still icy and dangerous. this is virginia. and now temp
watching. the "cbs evening news with scott pelley" is next. see you at 6:00. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com turns into an epidemic. every one of the lower 48 sees temperatures below freezing. >> we have not had these numbers ever, as far as frostbite injuries. >> pelley: we'll have the latest forecast. "goodfellas," the real life sequel. bob orr on the arrest in one of the biggest robberies in u.s. history. tonight, for the first time, a state senator viciously attacked by his own son explains how the mental health care system fails. >> it's clear the system failed. it's clear that it failed gus, it killed gus. >> pelley: and elaine quijano with two jersey girls who will be rooting for seattle in the super bowl. for a very special reason. >> just try your best. i have faith in you. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. this is our western edition. in much of the country tonight it's warmer inside the fringe than outside the front door. have a look. across the upper states the lows today we
. >> pelley: wow. that is astounding. ho, look at that. whoa. >> yeah! >> pelley: oh, my god. >> incredible. what a sight. you're looking right into the crater. >> pelley: there are 1,500 active volcanoes, and tonight, we want to tell you about three: one that caused the most recent mass disruption, another that's the biggest threat to a major city, and a third, in the united states, that could wreak havoc all around the world. >> i'm steve kroft. >> i'm leslie stahl. >> i'm morley safer. >> i'm bob are simon. >> i'm scott pelley. those stories tonight on "60 minutes." this is the quicksilver cash back card from capital one. it's not the "fumbling around with rotating categories" card. it's not the "getting blindsided by limits" card. it's the no-game-playing, no-earning-limit-having, deep-bomb-throwing, give-me-the-ball-and-i'll-take- it-to-the-house, cash back card. this is the quicksilver cash card from capital one. unlimited 1.5% cash back on every purchase, everywhere, every single day. so let me ask you... what's in your wallet? so let me ask you... with a smartphone from straight tal
coming up at 6:00. >> scott pelley coming up next on the cbs evening news. we will see you at 6:30. that reveals for the first time what san francisco firemen knew before the death of a survivor of the asiana crash. >> there's a body right there, right in front of you. >> reporter: today, a 12-year- old opened fire in his middle school. there are casualties, and bob orr has the latest. and after the assassination, jackie kennedy received 800,000 letters. today, anthony mason sees them for the first time. >> it is my greatest wish that all of these letters be acknowledged. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. >> pelley: good evening, this is our western edition andçóñh francisco.ÑiñrñrÑiÑiñrçó tonight, we have video never shown publicly before from the chaotic scene of that asiana airlines crash landing in san francisco last summer. the video's important because it may answer a key question: how was a teen-aged girl who survived the impact later killed by a fire truck? some of the video comes from that t
tonight at 6:00. >> thanks for watching. the evening news with scott pelley is next. >> >> pelley: tonight crippling ld, dangerous weather in the midwest, storm warnings from texas to virginia. dean reynolds and jamie yuccas report. we'll look at what's coming next. a winter olympics contractor tells mark phillips he's in danger because he refused to pay bribes. seth doane with a rare look inside fukushima. how long will the reactors be a threat? >> the explosion sent debris and chunks of concrete into this pool where the nuclear fuel was being stored. >> pelley: and what draws 11,000 people in this weather? barry petersen on the hunt for a four-pound fish. >> you're not going to win anything with that, do you think? >> well, you don't know unless you try, sir. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening, and this is our western edition. it's a tough way to start the work week, folks in chicago woke up to subzero cold with the temperature going nowhere but down. howling winds kicked up waves on lake michigan, creating a wal
>> pelley: tonight, millions more target customers in the bull's-eye. the store reveals the security breach was far worse than first reported. wyatt andrews tells us thieves got the personal information of nearly one in four of all americans. job creation slows to a crawl. more workers give up on finding jobs. anthony mason looks at what it means to the economy. the u.s. cautions americans that the sochi olympics will be an attractive target for terrorists. margaret brennan on the travel alert. and steve hartman "on the road." if you lined up every teacher in america, she'd be at the head of the class. >> i just think she loves the children. that's really -- i just think she loves them. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. this is our western edition. tens of millions of americans have become victims of the same thieves. today target-- the second- largest retailer in america-- revealed that the high tech security breach at its stores was far more extensive than it first announced last month. it could affec
this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. á>>[3gp?rlkñ pelley:Ñ'i league baseball and one of its biggest stars moved to a new arena-- a federal court in new york. alex rodriguez, third baseman for the new york yankees, filed suit asking the court to throw out his season-long suspension for using banned substances. an arbitrator upheld that suspension over the weekend. rodriguez denies doping, but last night on "60 minutes," his chief accuser told a very different story. anthony bosch said rodriguez paid him $12,000 a month to administer a program of banned drugs. jim axelrod begins our coverage. >> reporter: lawyers for alex rodriguez argue fred horowitz, baseball's chief arbitrator who heard the case, was biased, ruling in favor of baseball to keep his job. joe tacopina is a rodriguez attorney. >> it doesn't take a stretch of the imagination to understand that fred horowitz understood that he-- ruled against major league baseball in this case-- would be fired the next day. >> reporter: the arbitrator said there was clear and convincing evidence rodriguez used three banned substances and
@captioncolorado.com >> pelley: tonight, the judge has ruled. there's a decision on whether a hospital must withdraw life support from a brain dead woman who's pr anna werner has the breaking news. heavy losses hit the financial markets. anthony mason on what it means. the bitter blast wreaks havoc in the east while the west sees its own strange weather. elaine quijano and john blackstone are on thor a father fights to save one life from the horror of war in syria. and if you don't believe in miracles, think again after steve hartman takes us "on the road." >> i will remember this game for the rest of my life. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. this is our western edition. there is breaking news out of texas this evening. where a judge has ordered a hospital to remove life support from a brain dead woman. the hospital had refused because marlise munoz is pregnant. anna werner is at the courthouse in fort worth for us this evening. anna? >> reporter: scott, the state judge ruled the breathing st be turned off no later than monday afternoon. famil
air traffic at reid-hillview. back with you in 30 minutes. the "cbs evening news with scott pelley" is next. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com >> pelley: tonight, resurrecting the south. the weather emergency begins to break as troops arrive to clear 2,000 abandoned cars. >> reporter: do you think they just weren't paying attention? >> i just don't think they took it seriously. >> pelley: we're on the breaking story. in the west, ben tracy measures the depth of the historic drought. prosecutors decide whether the boston bombing suspect will face the death penalty. bob orr reports. and 100 million people heading to grandma's house. seth doane discovers you've never seen holiday traffic until you've seen chinese new year. >> reporter: they call this the largest annual migration on earth, and here it certainly feels that way. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. this is our western edition. after the massive traffic jams that shut down highways, atlanta is starting down the road to recovery. tod
always kpix.com. we'll see you in 30 minutes. >> pelley: tonight, trouble in the nuclear force. drug use and cheating are discovered among officers who hold the nuclear trigger. david martin has the breaking news. this video obtained by anna werner raises more questions today about the response to an air disaster. in los angeles, research reveals threat. (wfts.ecl) stak future of los angeles as a city that people want to live in. >> pelley: ben tracy reports. and five years ago we marveled at the miracle on the hudson. jeff pegues on how a change in flight plan altered the course of a life. >> you put your head down for that last time when you're ready for impact and it's like okay, i have no control, i've got to give it up. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. they were entrusted with the this is our western edition. they were entrusted with the most powerful, most lethal arsenal in the world. but tonight the trust placed in them has been called into question. national security correspondent david martin tells u
>> pelley: tonight, smoking: more dangerous than we knew. now cigarettes are linked to diabetes, liver, and colon cancer. dr. jon lapook questions the surgeon general on today's new report. >> well, right now, of every three cancers in the united states one of those cancers is caused by cigarette smoking. >> pelley: we've learned what the president will do about secret surveillance of american phone calls. major garrett reports. california firefighters press their attack as the governor declares an emergency. carter evans is there. and steve hartman "on the road" with mia schand who never believed what they said about her husband. >> i never gave up. never. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: and good evening. this is our western edition. more than 3,200 american children did something today that could lead to an early death: they smoked their first cigarette. that's one of the findings in a new 980-page wakeup call from the surgeon general about newly discovered dangers of smoking. 50 years after the first alarm went out that
we want to live you with a look at this gorgeous sunset from treasure island. >> pelley: tonight, a two-hour apology. >> i am embarrassed and humiliated. >> pelley: new jersey's governor takes the heat and fires an aide as the feds investigate traffic jams created by his office for political revenge. elaine quijano and michelle miller are on the breaking story. john dickerson on the damage to a leading republican. >> i am a very sad person today. >> pelley: david martin has an early look at a pentagon investigation on sexual harassment. what's the problem at the military academies? dr. jon lapook reports on why big food companies have cut calories in packaged foods. and why is a predator of the arctic flying to florida and kansas? jim axelrod on a mystery migration. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening, this is our western edition. today the nation saw a side of republican chris christie we hadn't seen before. the usually brash, blunt, in your face governor of new jersey was humble and contrite as he tried to rescue
>> pelley: tonight, a battalion between a fire and a city. >> part of my camera has started to melt. >> pelley: more than 600 firefighters attacked by land and air to keep an explosive wildfire from neighborhoods in l.a. county. in some places, it's a battle lost. carter evans and ben tracy there. we're learning details of how thieves stole credit card numbers from millions of customers of target stores. wyatt andrews is on the story. an experiment using a virus has reversed progressive blindness in some patients. dr. jon lapook on the new research. and what's the downside to living in the white house? you can't lie about your age. chip reid with the first lady's significant birthday. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening, this is our western edition and we begin the broadcast in the west where that fast-moving brushfire is still burning out of control, threatening homes east of los angeles. hundreds of firefighters are trying to contain it. strong winds early in the day made that difficult. hundreds of people who live
of cold like this is... >> deadly. brutally deadly. >> pelley: dean reynolds is in chicago. jeff pegues reports on air travel. and we'll look at where the polar express is headed next. falls to al qaeda in iraq.ops liz palmer reports. can a blood test spot an athlete's concussion? dr. jon lapook on new research. and chip reid takes a break from the cold with an artist who freezes time. >> you're out there trying to capture mother nature's art. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. this is our western edition. it is dangerously cold in much of the country. many places it's the coldest that it's been in decades. tonight in chicago it will feel as if it's 50 below zero. it was so cold there today the de-icing liquid used at o'hare airport froze. and chicago is just the tip of the iceberg that is middle america. in indianapolis, where miguel silva was shoveling snow, the windchill is in the minus 30s tonight. for many this will be a night in the cold and the dark. 50,000 power outages are reported in the region. most of them i
. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. this is our western edition. for a whole lot of for a whole lot of americans, this was the coldest day of their lives. as the arctic air moved east overnight, the mercury headed south to new lows not seen in decades or longer. the four degrees in new york city and nine below in pittsburgh broke records that were set more than a century ago. and in the south, atlanta hit six degrees, breaking a record that had stood for more than 40 years. this is what the well-dressed man was wearing in chicago today. the cold and wind made it both painful and dangerous to be outside. in baltimore, a water main break left a car frozen in place. more flights were canceled today, but relief is on the way. we have a team of correspondents covering the deep freeze. first, we'll go to jim axelrod in new york. jim? >> reporter: well, it's not just that new york city broke a 118- year-old record this morning scott, when the temperature hit 4 degrees; it's the swing that's so stunning. it was 50 degrees here
>> pelle >> pelley: tonight, presidential candidate caught up in scandal. e-mails show massive new jersey traffic jams were engineered by aides to governor chris christie as political payback. elaine quijano has this developing story. analysis from john dickerson. the mercury slowly starts to rise as a deadly arctic air mass moves out. dean reynolds on the high cost of record lows. in the only state where recreational pot is legal, manuel bojorquez reports supply can't keep up with sky-high demand. >> wow. >> reporter: and 50 years after president johnson declared war on poverty, don dahler visits the front lines with a recruit who says the battle is far from over. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. this is our western edition. governor chris christie ran into a traffic jam today on the road to the whitehouse. evidence revealed today shows that a top aide to christie and appointees of the new jersey governor created a four-day tie-up for thousands of drivers on roads leading to the busiest bridge in the world. the
address from a joint session of congress. from washington, here is scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening, president obama is about to give us a status report on what george washington called the american experiment, an experiment now in its 238th year. since his last state of the union, the unemployment rate has fallen below 7% since the great recession. some of it because there are more jobs but also because some people have stopped looking for work and are no longer counted as unemployed. since the president's last state of the union speech, more americans believe the country is headed in the wrong direction. 61% up from 54% a year ago. and the president's job approval rating has dropped from 52% to 46%. joining me tonight are are bob schieffer, our chief washington correspondent and anchor of "face the nation" and norah o'donnell, cohost of cbs "this morning." nora, you've been talking to your sources at the white house. what's in the president's speech? >> well, the president tonight in his state of the union will promise a year of action is his words. he will also address the concer
. the evening news with scott pelley is next. >> >> pelley: tonight crippling ld, dangerous weather in the midwest, storm warnings from texas to virginia. dean reynolds and jamie yuccas report. we'll look at what's coming next. a winter olympics contractor tells mark phillips he's in danger because he refused to pay bribes. seth doane with a rare look inside fukushima. how long will the reactors be a threat? >> the explosion sent debris and chunks of concrete into this pool where the nuclear fuel was being stored. >> pelley: and what draws 11,000 people in this weather? barry petersen on the hunt for a four-pound fish. >> you're not going to win anything with that, do you think? >> well, you don't know unless you try, sir. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening, and this is our western edition. it's a tough way
'clock. thanks ken. thanks for watching. the cbs evening news with scott pelley is next. remember the latest news and weather is always on kpix dot-com. the us news rankings include various other categories...e >> pelley: tonight, smoking: more dangerous than we knew. now cigarettes are linked to diabetes, liver, and colon cancer. dr. jon lapook questions the surgeon general on today's new report. >> well, right now, of every three cancers in the united states one of those cancers is caused by cigarette smoking. >> pelley: we've learned what the president will do about secret surveillance of american phone calls. major garrett reports. california firefighters press their attack as the governor declares an emergency. carter evans is there. and steve hartman "on the road" with mia schand who never believed what they said about her husband. >> i never gave up. never. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley.
of the union address continues with the republican response. here again is scott pelley. >> pelley: now the republicans will give us their view of the state of the union. speaking for them is representative kathy mcmorris rodgers of washington state. she chairs the house g.o.p. conference which means she ranks fourth in the house leadership. she's married to a retired naval officer, they have three young children, including a two-month-old. >> what an honor it is for me to be with you after the president's state of the union. tonight we honor america, a nation that has witnessed the greatest rise of freedom and opportunity our world has ever seen. a nation where we are not defined by our limits but by our potential, and a nation where a girl who worked at the mcdonald's drive through to help pay for college can be with you from the united states capitol. but the most important moments right now aren't happening here, they're not in the oval office or in the house chamber, they're in your homes, kissing your kids good night, figuring out how to pay the bills, getting ready for tomor
pelley is in new york. scott. >> reporter: hi, allen and liz. great to be with you in the bay area. well, we have all been talking today about that remarkable news conference that new jersey's governor chris christie had today. essentially apologizing for two hours as he announced the firing of his deputy chief of staff for her involvement in creating major traffic jams as political retribution. we are going to have the latest on this story. it is still breaking this evening. and we are going to look at the damage done to a leading republican. that's tonight on the "cbs evening news" at 5:30 right after kpix 5 news. the great american novel. so you can happily let life get in the way, while planning for tomorrow. so you can finish the great american novel banking for the life you have investing for the life you want chase. so you can check it out. learning's fun now. yeah, back in our day, we didn't have u-verse high speed internet to play and learn online. all we had was that franklin fuzzypants. ah, the educational toy bear. remember when the battery went out? [ slow, deep voice ] give
for a look at what's coming up on the "cbs evening news." scott pelley is in new york. >> reporter: hi, allen and juliette. great to be with you in the bay area. now every state in the lower 48 is seeing temperatures below freezing. we are going to have the latest forecast for you on this unusual cold spell. plus, we saw today the real life sequel to goodfellas. we'll have details on the arrest in one of the biggest robberies in u.s. history. we'll have those stories coming up on the "cbs evening news" at 5:30 right after kpix 5 news. check it out. learning's fun now. yeah, back in our day, we didn't have u-verse high speed internet to play and learn online. all we had was that franklin fuzzypants. ah, the educational toy bear. remember when the battery went out? give me [slowly, deeply] your abc's. all i learned was a new definition of fear. i need some pudding. yeah, there's one left. [ male announcer ] connect all your wi-fi-enabled devices with u-verse high speed internet. [boy] mom!ughs] [mom] yes? [boy] whoa,whoa,whoa... [mom and dad] [laughing] [boy] whoa,whoa,whoa... [mom] you've got
have scott pelley in new york. >> reporter: hi, allen and liz. great to be with you in the bay area. well, rescue operations are still under way in the south's icy gridlock where thousands of motorists and students were trapped. we are going to have the latest on this breaking story and we'll have a look at where this weather is going next plus, a new medical study out tonight links testosterone supplements to heart attacks. dr. john lapook will be right here with us to explain what it means. we'll those stories on the "cbs evening news" at 5:30 right after kpix 5 news. ,,,,,, don't wait for presidents' day to save on a new mattress. ,,,,,, sleep train's presidents' day sale is on now. save up to $500 on beautyrest and posturepedic. get a sealy queen set for just $399. even get 3 years interest-free financing on tempur-pedic. plus, free delivery, set-up, and removal of your old set. keep more presidents in your wallet. sleep train's presidents' day sale is on now. superior service, best selection, lowest price, guaranteed. ♪ sleep train ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep
. >> thank you. >>> now for a look at what's ahead on the "cbs evening news." we have scott pelley in new york. scott? >> reporter: hi, allen and liz. great to be with you in the bay area. we're going to have the latest tonight on california's historic drought plus long-time california congressman henry waxman announced his retirement today. we'll be speaking with him about his 20 terms in office. those stories and the rest of the world news tonight on the "cbs evening news" at 5:30 right after kpix 5 news. even get 3 years interest-free financing on tempur-pedic. keep more presidents in your wallet. sleep train's presidents' day sale is on now. they're advertised as intert >>> i'm ken bastida in the kpix 5 newsroom. coming up at 6:00 they are advertised as internet cafes but what goes on inside is illegal. how a bay area city is cracking down on a business it says is a magnet for crime. >>> and the popular bay area- based coffee brand that just got a huge financial jolt. we ask, could this be the next starbucks? we'll have those stories plus much more coming up tonight at 6:00. >> we'll
, 10 seconds left as we need to talk about it later. >> pelley: tonight, the cold turns into an epidemic. every one of the lower 48 sees temperatures below freezing. >> we have not had these numbers ever, as far as frostbite injuries. >> pelley: we'll have the latest forecast. "goodfellas," the real life sequel. bob orr on the arrest in one of thst robberies in u.s. history. tonight, for the first time, a state senator viciously attacked by his own son explains how the mental health care system fails. >> it's clear the system failed. it's clear that it failed gus, it killed gus. >> pelley: and elaine quijano with two jersey girls who will beti roong for seattle in the >>per bowl.
interview about what happened to his son, gus, senator creigh deeds talked to scott pelley of 60 minutes. >> if he could have been hospitalized, that could have got him medicated and some sort of long-term care. >> gus deeds was a talented musician and on the dean's list. but soon after that, gus stopped taking care of himself. he became paranoid, obsessive and antisocial. he dropped out of college. in 2011, he was diagnosed as bipolar. at their rural farmhouse, senator deeds got rid of all their guns, instead of one hunting rifle that wasn't loaded. later with medication, gus returned to william and mary until last fall. he came home, but didn't want treatment. deeds had to get a court order and sheriff deputies took him to the er. but the emergency custody would run out in six hours and a representative of the local community services board told deeds they couldn't find a bed. >> he said that gus wasn't suicidal edhad to bring his son home. the next morning when deeds was feeding his horses, his son stabbed and slashed him. >> he kept coming at me. i said, don't make this worse than he
:00 and wusa9.com is >> pelley: tonight, the worst day of the big chill. the freeze reaches all 50 states. >> it's cold as hell out there! >> pelley: jim axelrod has the northeast. mark strassmann the south. jeff pegues the travel trouble. and dean reynolds is with those in greatest danger. former defense secretary robert gates tells rita braver president obama doubted his own afghanistan policy. nearly 100 cops and firemen are accused of claiming fraudulent disability. do these men look disabled? jeff glor reports. and chip reid with vistas of mars as we've never seen it before. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening new
with scott pelley for a two part report airing on tonight's 60 minutes. >> once alex rodriguez was fully into your protocol what were the various banned substances that he was taking? >> testosterone. inins plin growth factor 1. human growth hormone. and some different forms of peptides. >> all of them bad? >> all of them bad. >> and he knew that? >> yes, he did. >> and you knew that? >> and i knew that. >> was rodriguez injecting himself with these substances? >> i would secure needles so at times he would ask me to inject. >> you have injected him? >> yes. >> personally? >> personally. >> you can see scott pelley's are report later on 60 minutes. >>> former israeli prime minister ariel sharn died last night. long lines around the casket at the knesset. >> some more thoughts on what's ahead for the economy, we're joined tonight by joe connolly of cbs radio and the wall street journal. when do you think there's a real turn around? >> hasn't happened yet. i.t. takes a lot of time. first of all, pent up demand has to grow again. now it's happened in the real estate market. it's interesting
sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> dubois: good evening, scott off s off tonight, i'm maurice dubois and this is our western edition. ice, snow, freezing cold, it is called winter and the northeast got plenty of it today and all the problems that go with it, including air travel problems that spread to the west coast. the storm is being blamed for at least eight deaths, most of them on roadways. the number of flights canceled over the past two days has topped 5,000, some places got as much as two feet of snow. boston set a record. and now the cold is moving in in much of the region. the mercury never got out of the teens today. we have a team of correspondents covering the storm and first karen anderson of our boston station wbz. >> reporter: well, maurice, tonight the temperature is hovering around five degrees with a projected low of minus four. and boston is hoping it can weather this cold as well as it did the storm. boxford, massachusetts, had the most snow with nearly two feet. in boston, pedestrians outnumbered cars and fashion gave way to function
for a look ahead at what is happening on the cbs evening news. >> we have scott pelley in new york. >> today a judge cast serious doubt on the nfl's plan to treat concussions. we will have james brown of the nfl today right here with us to explain what comes next on the cbs evening news. works for me. turn to the camera. ah, actually i think my eyes might ha... next! digital insurance id cards. just a tap away on the geico app. could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. everybody knows that. well, did you know that when a tree falls in the forest and no one's around, it does make a sound? ohhh...ugh. geico. anncr: at jennie-o we heard of a place in iowa where every thursday people ride 10 miles for tacos. we thought we'd show up and surprise them with a better kind of taco made with jennie-o ground turkey cooked thoroughly to 165. i feed my kids turkey tacos over regular tacos any day. i think they are light and they are just fresh tasting. yeah. when i eat well, i feel well. anncr: it's time for a better taco. the tacos tonight were pretty much perfect. make the switch. look f
's ahead on the "cbs evening news," we have scott pelley in new york. >> today millions of americans are fighting the bitter cold from minnesota to florida to the northeast. we'll have all the latest on the big chill tonight on the "cbs evening news." ,, ,,,, for the new mattress models but sleep train's huge year end clearance ,,,, is ending soon. for a short time, save hundreds on tempur-pedic mattresses. get the most highly-recommended bed in america at closeout prices. plus, get interest-free financing and free same-day delivery. why wait for the new models? sleep train's year end clearance is ending soon. superior service, best selection, lowest price, guaranteed. ♪ sleep train ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ [man] no one told her,right? [son]hi! [mom screams] a bay area professor predic, this could be th >>> i'm ken bastida in the kpix 5 newsroom. coming up new at 6:00 tonight a bay area professor predicts this could be the driest winter in 500 years. how history is being used to forecast the future. >> and how our unseasonably warm weather is causing a problem
at 7:00. we'll see you then. >> pelley: tonight, what's next in the deep freeze? windchills fall to 60 below in the most dangerous cold in 20 years. >> an extended period of cold like this is -- >> deadly. brutally deadly. >> pelley: dean reynolds is in chicago. jeff pegues reports on air travel. and we'll look at where the polar express is headed next. a city won by american troops falls to al qaeda in iraq. liz palmer reports. can a blood test spot an athlete's concussion? dr. jon lapook on new research. and chip reid takes a break from the cold with an artist who freezes time. >> you're out there trying to capture mother nature's art. captioning sponsored by cbs
. captioning funded by cbs and ford >> pelley: on this special edition of "60 minutes presents: tales of survival..." >> all of a sudden, it's just this eruption of gunfire. >> pelley: tonight, we have the story of the rescue of jessica buchanan, a secret mission by seal team six. i don't know this group of men who's risked their life for me reks me to lie down on the ground because they're concerned that there might be someone out there, and then they make a circle around me. and then they lie down on top of me to protect me. >> simon: this is a story so rare, "60 minutes" has been following it for 12 years. it's about the lost boys of sudan and how they found their way out of a country terrorized by civil war and landed by the
night, everybody, and be safe. >> pelley: tonight, the new polar express. 75 million americans are in the path of a winter blast that stretches 1,000 miles. >> this is going to be very ruff. >> pelley: vanita nair is in the heart of it. chip reid on transportation trouble, and we'll look at what's coming next. the terrorist threat rises before the winter olympics. mark phillips on the search for black widow bombers. for the first time, the wife of an american held in iran tells bob orr what he was doing there. >> he was working as a consultant for the c.i.a. >> reporter: and ben tracy in california looks at what the historic dro iughts doing to our food supply. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the
john >> pelley: tonight, hard freeze. millions of americans fight the bitter cold from minnesota to florida to the northeast. michelle miller and tkaoepbl ann reynolds are covering the big chill. it could happen again. the former deputy director of the c.i.a. tells us american secrets are still vulnerable to a thief like edward snowden. as peace talks begin, an american doctor fights for the lives of the suffering in syria. holly williams reports. >> i've used needle and thread that we use to sew clothes to sew people back together. >> pelley: and who can save the big hockey event from california's heat wave? carter evans finds the puck stops here.
on wusa9.com. watch jan and derek captioning funded by cbs and ford >> pelley: if there is a face in the failures of treating mental illness, it may be senator creigh deeds. his scars are from a knife wielded by his own son. >> he had determined that i had to die, that i was an evil man, that he was going to execute me, and then he was going to go straight to heaven. >> pelley: like deeds, thousands of parents have nowhere to bring their children in crisis but the emergency room. >> we have 52 psychiatric beds here, and right now, all 52 are full. >> one, two, three. >> opportunity starts with me!
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and wu >> pelley: tonight, the state of the union is cold. arctic air sends the mercury plummeting, and snow falling where it rarely does-- in the deep south. reports from manual bojorquez and elaine quijano. major garrett on the president turning up the heat on republicans tonight, announcing he'll bypass congress to raise the minimum wage for some workers. we'll talk to house budget chairman paul ryan. >> sound to me like he wants to go around the constitution. >> pelley: and anthony mason remembers remembers folk singer pete seger, his music and his
and i needed them. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. scott off tonight, i'm maurice dubois. the northeast is about to get hit by a major winter storm-- two of them actually. a storm that dumped a foot of snow in the midwest is joining forces with a nor'easter moving up the coast. winter storm warnings and advisories are up tonight throughout the region. thousands of flights were canceled or delayed today. and these are live pictures from the storm zone where one-third of the u.s. population lives. we have a team of correspondents covering the story. we'll begin in boston with karen anderson of cbs station wbz. karen? >> reporter: maurice, we've already gotten four inches of snow and we're expecting another 10 to 14 inches overnight. now, the governor sent home state workers early today and the national guard was activated bostonians tried all day to keep pace with the falling snow but most realized this was just the first step. >> it's supposed to go all night tonight till tomorrow. this is boston. >> reporter:
for watching. the "cbs evening news with scott pelley" is next. >> see you at 6:00. >> pelle >> pelley: tonight, presidential candidate caught up in scandal. e-mails show massive new jersey traffic jams were engineered by aides to governor chris christie as political payback. elaine quijano has this developing story. analysis from john dickerson. the mercury slowly starts to rise as a deadly arctic air mass moves out. dean reynolds on the high cost of record lows. in the only state where recreational pot is legal, manuel bojorquez reports supply can't keep up with sky-high demand. >> wow. >> reporter: and 50 years after president johnson declared war on poverty, don dahler visits the front lines with a recruit who says the battle is far from over. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley.
>> pelley: tonight, a two-hour apology. >> i am embarrassed and humiliated. >> pelley: new jersey's governor takes the heat and fires an aide as the feds investigate traffic jams created by his office for political revenge. elaine quijano and michelle miller are on the breaking story. john dickerson on the damage to a leading republican. >> i am a very sad person today. >> pelley: david martin has an early look at a pentagon investigation on sexual harassment. what's the problem at the military academies? dr. jon lapook reports on why big food companies have cut calories in packaged foods. and why is a
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